World Governments and The Global Recession

 

THE INFLUENCE OF TRANSITING PLUTO IN CAPRICORN

On 27 January 2008 Pluto began its transit through 0 degrees Capricorn which was the first sign of a global recession.

For much of 2009, transiting Jupiter will conjoin Neptune (Aquarius) as transiting Saturn (Virgo) continues to oppose Uranus (Pisces). These transits suggest political unity can coexist with the cultural, philosophical, social and religious differences between the nations of the world. However, the stock market will reflect nervousness in the uncertain global economy in September 2009 where further job losses and loss of income can create confusion in an unstable global economy.

On the 30 October 2009, Saturn will move to 0 degrees Libra (applying) square Pluto (Capricorn) becoming exact in January – February 2010. This transit suggests the beginning of a gradual economic depression.

Saturn/Pluto squares are mainly unfavourable and can lead to rigid control and destructive power struggles as a result of organised corruption and unethical practices in the political/business/public investment markets.

Uranus will enter the cardinal point Aries in June, July and August 2010 and then fully by mid-March 2011. This ingress marks the beginning of a new world era when the outer planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Pluto will form a series of T-squares on the cardinal points: Aries, Libra and Capricorn. This will bring powerful political and economic disruption and change. The world can be thrown into economic chaos and uncertainty.

Jupiter (Aries) will form its first square to Pluto (Capricorn) in July 2010 and again in February/March 2011. This square signifies major changes where retaliation between militarism and the dictates of political power and control will have an impact.

The (applying) Jupiter (Aries) opposition Saturn (Libra) in March/April 2011 shows where political leadership, aggression and enforcement can be used to claim economic power.
Conflict over economic power, control, status and leadership, and the need to change existing political conditions will continue.

Power struggles against economic corruption and the recognised establishment may lead to political/economic clashes where security can be threatened by poverty and unemployment.
Political law and order will continue to be challenged well into 2017 through the political economic ethics of power and control.

“Is our world building up again to that of 1929-1931?”

To be continued very soon for further forecasts................